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From Staff Reports | March 23, 2013
BOYS' TRACK AND FIELD Flintridge Prep, St. Francis in Pasadena Games: The Rebels' Alan Yoho and Eric Knowles of the Golden Knights were the only two locals to prove victorious in the 70th annual two-day event at Pasadena City College Friday and Saturday, respectively. Yoho won the 1,600-meter race in four minutes 35.11 seconds and Knowles was victorious in the triple jump Saturday with a mark of 44 feet 3 inches. While Gareth Weiss may not have won the pole vault Saturday, it was a historic runner-up mark.
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SPORTS
November 9, 2007
Compiled by Timithie Gould The La Canada boys' water polo team defeated Mark Keppel on Thursday, 21-4, at Pasadena City College in the CIF Southern Section Division III first round. The team now advances to the second round and will play Sunny Hills on Saturday at 1 p.m. at Sonora High School. Spartan varsity girls' tennis defeated La Reina at the La Canada Country Club on Thursday and will now advance to the CIF Southern Section Division III second round on Saturday.  The team travels to Cerritos College to play Gahr at 2 p.m. The La Canada girls' varsity volleyball team beat Torrance, 3-1, on Thursday in the CIF Southern Section Division II-A round two. The Spartans advance to round three on Saturday when they will play at Riverside Poly High School at 7 p.m. The Spartan cross country team will compete Saturday in the CIF Southern Section Preliminaries meet at Mt. SAC in Walnut.
NEWS
February 15, 2007
PASADENA ? More than 28,000 students are expected to attend the first day of the spring semester at Pasadena City College on Feb. 20. PCC has increased its section offerings by more than four percent over spring semester of last year to 2,500 in morning, afternoon, and evening sections. Academic and Career and Technical Education classes are offered on the main PCC campus at 1570 E. Colorado Blvd. and at the Community Education Center, located at 3035 E. Foothill Blvd. Some classes have been filled, but there are classes still available to current and prospective students.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 12, 2007
— Saturday, April 14 starting at 9 a.m. Pasadena City College will be hosting an all-day drum line competition on Saturday, April 14 that features more than 50 groups from Southern California. The PCC band program fundraiser will begin at 9 a.m. in PCC's Hutto-Patterson Gym. PCC Director of Bands Kyle Luck describes the event as being "very entertaining to watch. Each school puts in countless hours of practice and work each week for a five-minute show." The day will be filled with 12 hours of drumming that incorporates movement as well as music, producing a "sonic volcano."
SPORTS
By Parimal M. Rohit | September 20, 2007
The top-ranked La Cañada boys? water polo team opened its regular season on Sept. 12 at Pasadena City College against the No. 2 Montebello Oilers. In a rematch of last season?s CIF Division 3 final, Max Scott and Taylor Roszkos led the Spartans to a 12-8 victory. Scott scored six goals for the Spartans, who dominated the Oilers with his aggressive inside play. Spencer Borisoff added three goals for the Spartans, while five different Oilers scored goals for the defending Div. 3 champions.
NEWS
June 14, 2007
PASADENA ? Pasadena City College offers summer intersession classes beginning June 18. More than 540 sections will be offered in classes such as English, math, and history. The cost is $20 a unit. PCC will accept last-minute applications for the summer intersession until Friday, June 15. Academic and Career and Technical Education classes are offered at the main campus, as well as PCC's Community Education Center, located at 3035 E. Foothill Blvd. Students can register online, check their status of enrollment, and learn the availability of classes via the Internet by accessing www.pasadena.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 17, 2004
The Fine Arts Club of Pasadena presented its annual Visual Art Award and the Performing Art Awards at its year-end banquet held Monday, June 7 at the Athenaeum, Caltech, in Pasadena. The Visual Art Award was presented by Susanne Belcher, chair of the awards committee, to Marina Hajek of Pasadena. Hajek was eligible to participate in the Fine Arts Club award as a student enrolled in art classes at Pasadena City College. She was selected to receive the monetary award by a jury of art professors at the Community College.
NEWS
August 17, 2009
Letters to the Editor The Nov. school board race needed Anyone who is planning on voting in the November school board election should be very concerned by the comments of former school board member Ron Dietel. In his guest column last week [“Program not a ‘STEP’ ahead”] he described the STEP program that the current school board is so proud of. This program sacrifices time from study of important subjects like math, science and English to make room for teaching students how to play Hearts, do needle point, throw a Frisbee and how to cook.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 11, 2006
Friends of the Alex is pleased to announce its Annual Benefit Recital on Wed., May 17. "An Evening of Classical Music with Friends" will be held at the Brand Library Gallery & Recital Hall, located at 1601 W. Mountain, Glendale from 6:30 to 9 p.m. The recital will feature classical musical selections by composers Haydn, Schumann, Alkan, Spendarian and Mozart, in celebration of his 250th birthday. The eclectic program will also include the world premiere of works by Shahnour Nazaretian.
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